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Academic placements

Current placements: There are currently no other academic placements


Past placements: April 2014 - March 2016


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Dr Suchith Anand

Research Fellow, Nottingham Geospatioal Institute, The University of Nottingam 

'Proposal Development for Open Technologies and Open in ITS for OpenSmartCity'

Working with the TSC Information Exploitation Business Unit.




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Dr Teresa Raventos

Air Quality Specialist, University of Leicester

'Integrationof GIS, Open Source Information and Pollution Measurements'

A feasibility project to understand air quality issues in urban areas using geographical information systems, open source and emissions data and further, to use novel methodologies to visualise areas and concetration levels of air pollution.

Working with the TLC Modelling and Visualisation Business Unit




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Dr David Golightly 

Senior Research fellow, Human Factors Research Group, The University of Nottingham 

'Proposal development: Passenger experience of rail disruption Managament'

'Twitter and passenger disruption (TaPD)'

A Feasibility project to model how Twitter is used by passengers and transport operatiors during rail disruption, the aim being to inform cross-industry strategy and processes for passenger information-during disruption.

Working with the TSC customer/ user experience business unit.


Find out more about David's projects 



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Dr Simon Roberts

Research fellow, Nottingham Geospatial Institute, The University of Nottingham

'Mapping obsuration of GNSS in urban landscape (MOGUL)'

A study into methods for predicting and mitigating obscuration effectson GNSS signals in urban canyons.

Working with the TSC autonomous vehical business unit.




Portrait of Dr Oluropo Ogundipe.

Dr Oluropo Ogundipe

Research fellow, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Nottingham

'Transport for London (TFL) - Buses as sentinals'

The aimis to assess wheter GPS data from the 8500+ London buses can be used to derive insight from the bus movement characteristics, with respect to the driving and influencing forces in the city and how they impact on traffic congestion, people movement, resource deployment.

Working with the TSC information exploitation business unit and also modelling and visualisation



Dr Andrew Allen

Levehulm Research Fellow in Environmental Physic and Computing, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Nottingham

'Scale Dependent Transport Modelling Strategies for Decarbonisation Pathway Analysis'

Working with the TSC Modelling and Visualisation Business Unit.


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